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'''[[Ice Fall]]''': the '''[[ice]]''' equivalent of a waterfall. As ice flows over a drop-off, it may break apart and then reform at the base of the drop-off. '''[[Ice Fall]]''': the '''[[ice]]''' equivalent of a waterfall. As ice flows over a drop-off, it may break apart and then reform at the base of the drop-off.
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== '''Reference''' == == '''Reference''' ==
-# Wikipedia ''Valley'' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valley]+# Wikipedia ''Glacier'' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glacier]
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Ice Fall: the ice equivalent of a waterfall. As ice flows over a drop-off, it may break apart and then reform at the base of the drop-off.
Ice Fall: the ice equivalent of a waterfall. As ice flows over a drop-off, it may break apart and then reform at the base of the drop-off.

Ice Fall: the ice equivalent of a waterfall. As ice flows over a drop-off, it may break apart and then reform at the base of the drop-off.


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  1. Wikipedia Glacier [1]

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